The Fiat 500 is still the trendiest and most stylish city car money can buy, and Fiat aware of this fact constantly tries to keep it fresh and interesting, so the car doesn’t lose its pop. The latest trick they’ve come up with is a new trim level called Colour Therapy range, which harks back to the 1970s styling with a collection of vibrant colours and retro white detailing.
It’s not just the colours that are 70s, even the advertising materials, posters and clips, they’ve made for the new range are all inspired by ’70s technique. The more retro the 500 gets, the better.
Fiat 500 Colour Therapy range is mainly distinguished by its new solid colors of New Age Cream, Countrypolitan Yellow, Pasodoble Red, Volare Blue, and Tech House Grey. They also get new white detailing, such as the wheels.
This range will be available with 0.9-litre TwinAir and 1.2-litre petrol engines, and as for the equipments, they get air conditioning, special paint, white mirror covers, white wheel covers, a ‘poolball’ design gear knob and specific key cover as standard. Not bad for a mid-range model.
Price-wise, the Colour Thrapy costs £800 more than the entry-level Pop, starting at at £10,760 (OTR) for the 1.2 Colour Therapy, rising to £14,510 (OTR) for the 500C 0.9-litre Colour Therapy TwinAir.